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1654 County Route 13
New Lebanon NY 12125 US

$420,000

Active Listing ID 131216
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2 bed
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1,408 sqft
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2.00 Bath (1 Full Bath , 1 Half Bath)
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Built in 1934
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Lot: 56.80 acre
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Single Family Detached

$420,000

Active Listing ID 131216
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1654 County Route 13 A Craftsman-Style home with a dynamic 56+ Acre property on the edge of Old Chatham's Horse Country. The 2 bedroom, 2 bath home has a classic covered porch in front & elevated deck off back, which is situated for enjoying the spring-fed pond in the yard. Additional ponds & waterfalls located throughout the property. Inside the home, you will find custom woodwork, including fur & hickory hardwood floors. Recent renovations to the house include a new bonus room with laundry alcove off the kitchen. BRAND NEW WINDOWS and KITCHEN APPLIANCES, that haven't even been used yet. The property also includes fields of fruit trees, a jacuzzi building positioned on a hill overlooking the ponds, a Canvas Quonset hut, and a pole barn with original roof that harkens back to the home's farming history. 56.80 acres of woods, streams, ponds, waterfalls, & cleared fields. Seller is highly motivated and negotiable. ****VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE IN MULTIMEDIA TAB*****

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Property Features

  • Facts
  • Built in: 1934
  • Lot Size: 56.80 acre
  • Property Type: Residential
  • Property Sub-type: Single Family Detached
  • Features
  • Full Bathrooms: 1
  • 1/2 Bathrooms: 1
  • Exterior Finish: Cedar Siding
  • Floor Covering: Hardwood
  • Roof Type: Asphalt
  • View Type: Mountain
  • Heating Systems: Hot Water
  • Additional Features
  • Basement
  • Pond
Listing Changed: 1/21/2021 9:29:23 PM GMT
Source Updated Date: 1/22/2021 6:30:08 AM GMT

Courtesy of: Jeffrey McKinney, Beach & Bartolo Realtors

Listing Source - ListHub

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